24 September 2010

Malaysia Festival 2010: Sunday 26 Sept, Darling Harbour (24 Sept 2010)

Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour Sydney NSW 2000

All things Malaysian

Date: Sunday, 26 September 2010
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Venue: Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour

Being the 20th year running this event is organised solely by Malaysian university students from University of New South Wales, University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney and Macquarie University with guidance from the Malaysian Students Department Australia. Multicultural performances, raffle prizes, food and drink stalls will showcase the Malaysia and its traditions to the public. It could very well be the place to discover Sydney's best laksa, char kway teow or the hard to find popiah.


Abang Sam Restaurant (Halal)
Satay, roti canai + chicken curry, beef murtabak, nasi lemak, curry puff, spring rolls, fried chicken wings

ASEANA Food Village
Rojak, Laksa noodles, nasi lemak, chicken curry, beef rendang, mua chee, milo dinosaur, saluda (drink)

Café Kasturi (Halal)
Fried noodles, satay, curry veggies, Malay sweets and cakes, teh tarik

Chinta Ria
Nasi lemak, mee hoon sambal, roti + chicken curry, sugar cane juice

Hometown Recipe
Apam balik, cincau, waffles, popiah

Jackie M Malaysian Cuisine
Char koay teow, chai tow kway, nasi lemak, curry puff, otak-otak

Jimmy’s Recipe
Seafood laksa, chicken laksa, nasi lemak, roti + kaya, roti + curry, satay chicken, otak-otak, curry puff, bubur cha cha

Kaki Lima
Nasi lemak, fried noodles (Siam/Pasembor), satay, curry puff

Roti canai, roti telur, satay chicken, nasi lemak, teh tarik, teh ais

Penang Hawker
Stir fried radish cake, curry chicken rice, Penang char koay teow

Sydney Kopitiam Restaurant
Satay, rojak, roti canai, curry chicken, Malacca cendol, lime juice

Wan’s Ayam Percik
Nasi kerabu + ayam percik, roti jala, chicken curry, Malay sweets and cakes, sirap bandung (drink)

PROS: Free entertainment, Malaysian food and drink stalls
CONS: Weather pending, Crowds
MUST TRY: All things Malaysian

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Eve said...

HHmmmmm very tempted to go to get my hawker fix...but the crowd?!?! Let's see.
Wonder if the popiah and curry puff (epok epok) is worth braving the heat and people

midnitelily said...

I wonder which stall has the nyonya-style curry puff. It's a spiral flaky dough (water dough+oil dough) which is my fave I miss! ^_^ looking fwd

Simon Food Favourites said...

hi eve, i'm always on the look out for good popiah. so hard to find in Sydney. let me know if you find a great place for it :-)

hi midnitelily, i haven't heard of it before but i hope you find it if you go. :-)

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